Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe powwow draws visitors from across state

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Olivia LaBrenz and her brother Sawyer LePard of Pinconning show off a few of the traditional items they picked up at the Honoring Saganing Powwow, such as a shawl and a flute.
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Shelly Dittenber and Garrett Bennett of Pinconning showcase some of their vendor wares at the powwow.
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David Songer of Bay City tries out a drum alongside his daughter Rachel.
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Jennifer Bell of Wyoming poses for a photo in her traditional clothes.
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The Stevens family out of Mount Pleasant are all smiles as they gather around a picnic table at the powwow grounds.

STANDISH TWP. — The fifth annual Honoring Saganing Powwow took place June 15 and 16 at the Tribal Center, drawing in visitors from across Michigan who were interested in the tribe's culture, traditional dancing and drumming, and goods.


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